Denver NE Driver License Office Closes Amid Protests

Temporary closure to last through the weekend.
 
LAKEWOOD, Friday, MAY 29, 2020 -- The State driver license office at 4685 Peoria St., in Denver, was forced to close at noon on Friday due to a gathering of protesters at Denver Police Department's Precinct 5, located in the same building. The State opted to close the office and accommodate customers in other offices to keep customers and staff safe.
 
The office will remain closed through at least Sunday. Customers with appointments already scheduled in the office will be contacted and redirected to other offices for their service. Those customers will be seen for their appointments at any of the following offices:
  • Aurora: 14391 E. 4th Ave. Aurora, CO 80011
  • Northglenn: 11900 N. Washington St. Northglenn, CO 80233
  • Westminster: 8464 Federal Blvd, Westminster, CO 80031
Safety will be the priority in determining whether the office reopens on Monday.
 
Next time you need to visit the DMV, you might be able to #SkipTheTripCO with myDMV.Colorado.gov, which offers 35 online services, including driver license, identification card and motor vehicle registration renewals.
 
For more information, visit dmv.colorado.gov.